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Buhari never slept until government troops massacred Igbos during the Civil War: Adesina

Buhari did not take a day off during the genocidal Civil War in which he fought alongside Nigerian troops until government troops massacred an estimated three million Igbos,

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President Muhammadu Buhari did not take a day off during the genocidal Civil War in which he fought alongside Nigerian troops until government troops massacred an estimated three million Igbos, and he remains fearless of the remaining Biafran elements, IPOB, according to his media aide. 

“I received trepidation-filled messages from both at home and abroad. Please persuade the president to reschedule the trip (visit to Imo). 

He should apologize to Imo State Governor Hope Uzodinma and cancel the visit. 

Mr Adesina claimed in a Facebook post on Thursday that there could be a bloodbath.

Last week, Mr. Buhari visited Imo to inaugurate some projects overseen by Governor Hope Uzodimma. 

“I just laughed it all off,” continued the presidential aide. 

Who would tell a duly elected and popularly elected president where he should and should not go in his own country? 

He campaigned in Borno state in 2015 and 2019, at the height of the Boko Haram insurgency,” the spokesman boasted. 

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Mr. Adesina emphasized the president’s fearlessness and genocidal tendencies, reminding Nigerians that Mr. Buhari was restless until three million Igbos, mostly women and children, were massacred in a genocide until the 30-month war between federal troops and Biafran soldiers ended.

A man who repeatedly tells us that he was right there at the front for the entire 30 months of the Nigerian Civil War, not taking a single day off. 

Is that the kind of person you’d want to keep away from any part of the country?” Mr. Adesina stated. 

The genocidal war took place between 1967 and 1970, following the secession of the South-East from Nigeria and the declaration of an independent State of Biafra, which was recognized by some countries. 

Mr Adesina also stated that despite IPOB’s violent attacks in the South-East region, the president was not afraid to visit Imo because he was familiar with the terrain.

Mr Buhari threatened a repeat of the region’s Civil War genocide in a tweet in June, prompting widespread condemnation and the removal of the president’s genocidal tweet from Twitter. 

Mr. Buhari and his regime have continued to use the Igbo massacre rhetoric since then.

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